A colorful collection of 15 projects aimed at embroiderers of all levels of experienceHere is a celebration of colorful projects in surface embroidery celebrating the seasonal flowers and fruits of the English garden The book combines surface techniques with traditional designs in an exciting way, producing depth and other realistic effects which will delight and instructembroiderers of all levels of experience Full instructions, working diagrams, and color illustrations are used to explain the projects, while a separate section on stitches and techniques provides additional support....
|Title||:||Embroideries from an English Garden: Projects and Techniques in Surface Embroideries|
|Publisher||:||Crowood Press New edition May 1, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
|File Size||:||681 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Embroideries from an English Garden: Projects and Techniques in Surface Embroideries Reviews
Some really good inspiration in here, but a bit confusing in the steps and process portion. Mostly a crewel work focus, with some detailing in other techniques.
Another winner! Absolutely lovely book. Wonderfully useful lessons, information and a great book for your resource library. Sure am glad I stumbled upon it.
Lovely book. Exactly as described. My friend loved this gift and is enjoying following the instructions for the embroderie as it is different from what she is used too.
This is very interesting work and will keep me occupied.
The projects are very nice, but a little repetitive. It makes a nice reference book for learning about the plant structures illustrated. You can then use that knowledge to transfer the techniques to other flowers and various greenery in other parts of the world.
Good reference book!